Clarifying [verb]

Definition of Clarifying:

explain, make clear

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More importantly, it clarifies that virgin voyage into this genre in ways I never thought we’d experience.

That’s where I feel like I’m also there to help clarify what rock ’n’ roll is.

Officials also recommended avoiding gatherings involving members of different households, clarifying that a household member is a person who has been living in the home for at least 14 days.

It previously stated that they would become available in the first quarter, but a YouTube spokesperson clarified the timeline after the article published.

The 2016 election proved that the argument against Trumpism had largely failed, but although losing an argument is maddening, it also makes your argument stronger, clarifies your reasoning and orders your logic.

The Arizona Attorney General’s Office is investigating the claim but clarified that all ballots, regardless of what kind of pen was used, will be counted.

This story has been updated to clarify that Maroney worked for The Mintz Group prior to founding QRI and to correct the length of time he has spent as an investigator.

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and other members of an Assembly subcommittee on education finance asked California Department of Public Health and Department of Education officials to clarify their proposed guidelines.

She was diagnosed right before our wedding and when she told us, my husband said it really clarified a lot of his childhood.

Nortman credits Suster with mentoring her up through the ranks—a “coach” role she has also enjoyed taking on as a founding member at All Raise— though she clarifies “Mark is not going anywhere, he’s still pretty young,” she says.